The red-hot flow of talent between large law firms has cooled off in 2022, not only because law firms have slowed down their rapid hiring from last year. Individual lawyers are also choosing to stick at their present firms during a period of relative uncertainty, industry observers say.

Lawyers are becoming “stickier,” especially as the fourth quarter approaches, both due to individual prospects and because of more deliberate hiring from law firms.

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